Shania Twain Announces Final Tour

Fresh off a triumphant two-year run in Las Vegas superstar hits the road again

Shania Twain returns to the road. This morning, the woman behind the bestselling country album of all time, Come on Over 1997 announced a summer tour 48-city. But the Rock This Country Tour, her first time in over 10 years, will also be the last. The singer told Good Morning America Robin Roberts to be like a big after party. “This is my last tour, so I’ll make the most of it,” Twain said. “I want to go out with a bang.”
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Kicking off June 5 with one US show in Seattle, the tour immediately northward Twain native Canada for a series of concerts back home in the country before returning to the US for an appointment in the City New York Madison Square Garden. Stops in Boston, Miami, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Nashville and other major markets will, before concluding in Fresno, California, in August, just days before the 50th anniversary of twain.

In December, Twain completed a residency critical acclaim and commercial success at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Nicknamed Shania: Still the One, the production showroom developed, which included several costume changes and singer flying on stage atop a motorcycle, he worked for two years. A television special, Shania: Still Live from Las Vegas, issued last week on ABC. “I feel like Las Vegas, the show was a huge mountain to climb for me. I not only got through it, but I enjoyed it,” Twain said, promising a new production. “I want no part of the show on the road, I wanted to take a completely new show that was tailored for sightseeing.”

Best known for hits like “Honey I’m home”, “! Man I feel like a woman!” and “From This Moment On” – as well as their sense of fashion cami– Twain became the country’s female voice definition nineties. He sold over 75 million albums, with Come on over making history as the best-selling ever by a woman, in all genres album. While the tour will focus on access, twain revealed that she is also working on new music. “I’m working on the new album as we speak. I’m on the microphone each recording days. That will come after the tour. I want to enjoy that game and then I will contact with the disc” she said. “I quit when I’m 50, so I’ll make it happen.”

After his 2004 Up Tour, Twain gone, fighting the vocal problems that kept her off the stage. She documented her struggle in the series of Oprah Winfrey Network 2011 Why not? With Shania Twain, before announcing his return to live performing at a press conference in Nashville.

“I look at others for my strength. The strength is inside but am inspired by the suffering of others. I am looking for courage in others and then I find mine,” Twain said Roberts. “Inspiration comes from everyone around me.”

Here are the dates for Rock This Country Tour, featuring Canadian musician and actor Wes Mack shows opening from June 5 to 28, and Gavin DeGraw filling the slot for the rest of the tour. After a pre-sale tickets for the public go on sale Friday, March 13.

June 5 — Seattle, Key Arena at Seattle Center
June 7 — Vancouver, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
June 9 — Vancouver, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
June 11 — Edmonton, Alberta, Rexall Place
June 12 — Edmonton, Alberta, Rexall Place
June 14 — Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, SaskTel Centre
June 15 — Winnipeg, Manitoba, MTS Centre
June 19 — London, Ontario, Budweiser Gardens
June 20 — London, Ontario, Budweiser Gardens
June 22 — Hamilton, Ontario, FirstOntario Centre
June 24 — Toronto, Air Canada Centre
June 25 — Toronto, Air Canada Centre
June 27 — Ottawa, Wesley Clover Parks
June 28 — Montreal, Bell Centre
June 30 — New York City, Madison Square Garden
July 1 — Long Island, New York, Nassau Coliseum
July 3 — Uncasville, Connecticut, Mohegan Sun Arena
July 7 — Newark, New Jersey, Prudential Center
July 8 — Boston, TD Garden
July 10 — Pittsburgh, CONSOL Energy Center
July 11 — Grand Rapids, Michigan, Van Andel Arena
July 13 — Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse
July 15 — Jacksonville, Florida, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
July 16 — Miami, American Airlines Arena
July 18 — Greenville, South Carolina, Bon Secours Wellness Arena
July 19 — Charlotte, North Carolina, Time Warner Cable Arena
July 21 — Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
July 22 — Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
July 25 — Auburn Hills, Michigan, Palace of Auburn Hills
July 26 — Moline, Illinois, iWireless Center
July 28 — Minneapolis, Target Center
July 29 — Rosemont, Illinois, AllState Arena
July 31 — Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
August 1 — Atlanta, Philips Arena
August 3 — Louisville, Kentucky, KFC Yum! Center
August 4 — St. Louis, Scottrade Center
August 6 — Des Moines, Iowa, Wells Fargo Arena
August 7 — Kansas City, Missouri, Sprint Center
August 9 — Austin, Frank Erwin Center
August 10 — Dallas, American Airlines Center
August 12 — Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Chesapeake Energy Center
August 14 — Denver, Pepsi Center
August 15 — Salt Lake City, EnergySolutions Arena
August 17 — San Jose, California, SAP Center at San Jose
August 19 — Anaheim, California, Honda Center
August 20 — Los Angeles, Staples Center
August 22 — San Diego, Valley View Casino Center
August 24 — Fresno, California, Save Mart Center

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